At Helping Hands, we’ve got over 30 years’ experience in providing compassionate, dedicated care to our customers in the comfortable, familiar surroundings of their own homes. When it comes to palliative care – whether for yourself or for a loved one – you want to be absolutely certain that you’re being cared for by people who know what they’re doing.
We’re able to draw on our extensive expertise to provide our wonderful Maidstone carers with award-winning training that equips them to deliver person-centred, empathetic palliative care that will truly make a difference to your well-being and quality of life. The time frame for palliative care can vary significantly from person to person – in some instances it will only be required for a few weeks, whereas others might require palliative care for a number of years. Our care experts in Maidstone will constantly monitor your condition and make sure you’re always receiving a level of care that is appropriate for your needs.
When you or your loved one are approaching the final weeks of life, it’s likely you’ll require specialist end-of-life care to help you manage your symptoms, ease your pain levels and provide emotional support. End-of-life care from Helping Hands focuses on preserving your dignity and allowing you to be in as much comfort as possible, whilst staying in the home that you love – surrounded by family and friends. Being able to stay at home for end-of-life care means that you’ll get to experience a friendly, familiar environment with your favourite views and fondest memories. It also means you’ll receive expert one-to-one support from one of our wonderful end-of-life carers, who will go above and beyond to ensure you’re given all the assistance and help you deserve.
Helping Hands carers truly are exceptional and are very much our most valuable asset. We’re very selective about who we recruit to our care teams – we want to be absolutely sure that all of our carers share our desire to provide compassionate, dedicated home care that genuinely enhances our customers’ quality of life. When they start with us, every carer is enrolled in our award-winning training programme which equips them to provide specialist support to people living with a wide variety of complex medical conditions – including types of dementia and advanced cancer.
We consider our training to be an integral part of our care provision, as it gives our carers the confidence to know how best to care for people with a range of care needs. That’s why we also ensure our carers regularly participate in refresher courses, which keep them up to date with the latest industry standards and best practices. And, for your added peace of mind, all of our care provision is fully regulated and monitored by the Care Quality Commission and Care Inspectorate Wales, so you can have confidence in our commitment to exceptional care.
To find out more about palliative care and end-of-life care in Maidstone and the surrounding area, get in touch with our friendly customer support team today. Alternatively, you can contact us via our website to arrange a callback at a time that’s more convenient to you.